Steven Arrandale started singing at the age of 8 singing for Manchester Cathedral Choir and through this gained passage to Chethams School of Music for 5 years.
In this time, he performed solo with the Halle Orchestra at Manchesters Bridge Water Hall, featured in the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall, sang solo at Notre Dame, Paris, along with CD recordings, radio, and also T.V appearances. Steven was also fortunate to perform for, and meet the Queen at the 2002 common wealth games opening ceremony.
In the gap between studies, Steven featured as a Michael Buble Tribute around the Manchester area. His passion for jazz song lead to perform at the National Portrait Gallery, and jazz festivals around the UK.
Steven is currently studying at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance for a degree in classical vocal performance with honours.
In the transition of moving to London he was successfully accepted to perform in the Take That Experience. A opportunity he keenly undertook.